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OBSERVATION AND REASONING
GEORGE CORNEWALL LEWIS, ESQ.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
JOHN W. PARKER AND SON, WEST STRAND.
On the Determination of the Hypothetical Effects
§ 1 General hypothetical effects
2 Special hypothetical effects. Method of determining the
3 Extent to which the effects of a proposed law can be calculated
4 Means of counteracting the probable impediments to a pro-
§ Meaning of the cessation of a cause.
2 In politics, effects generally outlast their original cause
3 Question whether a law ceases with the cessation of its cause .
On Political Theory, and the Universality of Propositions
respecting Political Causation.
§ 1 Mode of investigating the general problem of causation in
2. Universal propositions can be laid down in positive politics. 25
3. Principles of universal jurisprudence, how far they can be
4 Universal principles of human nature ; their limits.